Raymond Jonson, ‘A Trilogy, Vistas 1-3’, 1948, Painting, Watercolor on board, Addison Rowe Gallery
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Raymond Jonson

A Trilogy, Vistas 1-3, 1948

Watercolor on board
27 × 35 × 1 in
68.6 × 88.9 × 2.5 cm
.
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Santa Fe
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Addison Rowe Gallery
Santa Fe

A very important rare trilogy originally donated to the Jonson Museum by the artist

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Excellent framed under glass, custom frame made by artist
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Hand-signed by artist, sticker label, Signed & dated
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Raymond Jonson
American, 1891–1982
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Raymond Jonson spent most of his career in search of pure abstraction. Born in Iowa and raised in Portland, Oregon, he studied art in Chicago at the Academy of Fine Arts and the Art Institute, where he first encountered non-representational painting. When the Armory Show came to Chicago in 1913, Jonson discovered the work of Wassily Kandinsky and was struck by the artist’s spiritual approach. In Chicago, Jonson and friend B.J.O. Nordfeldt were involved in early experimental theater, but by 1925 Jonson moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, to devote himself to painting. There, he was an important advocate for modern art, painting six WPA murals at the University of New Mexico (where he was professor for 20 years) and co-founding the Transcendental Painting Group of non-objective artists, which aimed to explore spirituality through art.

Raymond Jonson, ‘A Trilogy, Vistas 1-3’, 1948, Painting, Watercolor on board, Addison Rowe Gallery
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About the work
Provenance
Addison Rowe Gallery
Santa Fe

A very important rare trilogy originally donated to the Jonson Museum by the artist

Medium
Condition
Excellent framed under glass, custom frame made by artist
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, sticker label, Signed & dated
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Raymond Jonson
American, 1891–1982
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Raymond Jonson spent most of his career in search of pure abstraction. Born in Iowa and raised in Portland, Oregon, he studied art in Chicago at the Academy of Fine Arts and the Art Institute, where he first encountered non-representational painting. When the Armory Show came to Chicago in 1913, Jonson discovered the work of Wassily Kandinsky and was struck by the artist’s spiritual approach. In Chicago, Jonson and friend B.J.O. Nordfeldt were involved in early experimental theater, but by 1925 Jonson moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, to devote himself to painting. There, he was an important advocate for modern art, painting six WPA murals at the University of New Mexico (where he was professor for 20 years) and co-founding the Transcendental Painting Group of non-objective artists, which aimed to explore spirituality through art.

Raymond Jonson

A Trilogy, Vistas 1-3, 1948

Watercolor on board
27 × 35 × 1 in
68.6 × 88.9 × 2.5 cm
.
Contact For Price
Location
Santa Fe
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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